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Sunday Link Love: How to Stop Feeling Stuck, Develop a Healthy Body Image + More!

By Diana Denza--Happy Sunday, Proud readers! Before you head out for a well-earned day of fun, check out our favorite body-posi news stories of the week.

Yes, you are enough (even when you don’t feel like it).

The debate over who gets to use women’s restrooms is an attempt to uphold traditional standards of femininity. Here’s why.

“Don’t accept everything you see on social media” and other ways to develop a healthier body image.

Courageous Penn State gymnasts have stepped forward about alleged abuse—including body shaming—by coaches.

Oftentimes, the path to self-love involves stepping outside of your comfort zone. And it’s never too early (or too late) to start!

About the blogger: Diana Denza is NEDA’s youth outreach coordinator.

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